JYP Entertainment Defends An Online Photo Post By Miss A's Min Featuring Rick Ross's Head On Sunmi's Body

JYP Entertainment Defends An Online Photo Post By Miss A's Min Featuring Rick Ross's Head On Sunmi's Body

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JYP Entertainment Defends An Online Photo Post By Miss A's Min Featuring Rick Ross's Head On Sunmi's Body Rick Ross--Lacking 24 servings, was Min's caption for the photo in a statement, presumably referencing a racial stereotype.JYP Entertainment Defends An Online Photo Post By Miss A's Min Featuring Rick Ross's Head On Sunmi's Body Executives from JYP Entertainment defended band member Min in the wake of an online photo post on Monday that left some fans accusing the singer of racism. Executives from JYP Entertainment, the record label for the K-pop girl group Miss A, defended band member Min in the wake of an online photo post on Monday that left some fans accusing the singer of racism.

The photo Min posted featured the head of rapper Rick Ross's pasted onto the body of Lee Sunmi formerly of Wonder Girls reaching for a piece of fried chicken is overt racism or something much more benign.

"Rick Ross--Lacking 24 servings," was Min's caption for the photo in a statement presumably referencing the racial stereotype that all African Americans like fried chicken.

The post has since been taken down.

"Min posted [the photo of Rick Ross's head on Sunmi's body to a social networking site] without any malicious intent," the JYP Entertainment statement read, according to the website allkpop.

"She later realized it was wrong of her to do so and took the picture down. She had no intention of causing a racial discrimination controversy."

Less than 24 hours after a story about Min's undeniably odd doctored photo was published on the website allkpop, 1,200 people had commented on the story, with emotions ranging from outrage to apathy.

Reader Alana Kang can't believe Min would put up something that racially insensitive.

"It's a damn shame," Kang wrote on Monday. "She spent years in America. She should know better."

The Miss A fan is presumably referring to the 22-year-old singer's time at the Repertory Company High School in New York City.

"That's like when [ESPN editor Anthony Federico wrote in a headline that NBA star] Jeremy Lin was 'a chink in the armor'...certain stuff you can't say and that's just how it is, no ifs ands or buts."

Reader Druidboss feels the incident is being blown way out of proportion.

"Omg! Anyone who knows anything about hip-hop will know that people constantly clown on Rick Ross for his weight," Druidboss wrote

"I've seen Rick Ross chicken memes on Facebook before. You're veering into pretty sketchy territory if you see fried chicken and your brain makes the automatic connection to black people before anything else."

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Miss A Fans Sound Off About Min's Odd Online Post Featuring Rick Ross's Head On Sunmi's Body

Miss A Fans Sound Off About Min's Odd Online Post Featuring Rick Ross's Head On Sunmi's Body

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Miss A Fans Sound Off About Min's Odd Online Post Featuring Rick Ross's Head On Sunmi's Body “Rick Ross—-Lacking 24 servings,” was Min’s caption for the photo in a statement presumably referencing the racial stereotype that all African Americans like fried chicken.Miss A Fans Sound Off About Min's Odd Online Post Featuring Rick Ross's Head On Sunmi's Body The doctored photo Min posted online featured rapper Rick Ross’s head on the body of Lee Sunmi of Wonder Girls (pictured) reaching for a piece of fried chickenMiss A Fans Sound Off About Min's Odd Online Post Featuring Rick Ross's Head On Sunmi's Body Fans of Lee Min Young (pictured) of the Chinese-Korean girl group Miss A are divided on Fans of Lee Min Young of the Chinese-Korean girl group Miss A are divided on whether a doctored photo posted online by the singer featuring rapper Rick Ross's head on the body of Lee Sunmi of Wonder Girls reaching for a piece of fried chicken is overt racism or something much more benign.

"Rick Ross--Lacking 24 servings," was Min's caption for the photo in a statement presumably referencing the racial stereotype that all African Americans like fried chicken.

The post has since been taken down.

Less than 24 hours after a story about Min's undeniably odd doctored photo was published on the website allkpop, 1,200 people had commented on the story, with emotions ranging from outrage to apathy.

Reader Alana Kang can't believe Min would put up something that racially insensitive.

"It's a damn shame," Kang wrote on Monday. "She spent years in America. She should know better."

The Miss A fan is presumably referring to the 22-year-old singer's time at the Repertory Company High School in New York City.

"That's like when [ESPN editor Anthony Federico wrote in a headline that NBA star] Jeremy Lin was 'a chink in the armor'...certain stuff you can't say and that's just how it is, no ifs ands or buts."

Reader Druidboss feels the incident is being blown way out of proportion.

"Omg! Anyone who knows anything about hip-hop will know that people constantly clown on Rick Ross for his weight," Druidboss wrote

"I've seen Rick Ross chicken memes on Facebook before. You're veering into pretty sketchy territory if you see fried chicken and your brain makes the automatic connection to black people before anything else. If anyone should be offended by this image it should be those fat acceptance groups, not black people."

Jen227 agrees that it isn't a big deal.

"As a Chinese person, if someone stuck Jackie Chan's head on Sunmi's body and replaced the fried chicken with chow mein, I would simply giggle and then go on with my life."

Miss A fan Joke123 doesn't see it that way.

"The people here defending and automatically blowing it off as no big deal need to shut up. If someone stuck your oppa or unnie's head on someone elses body and put a bowl of kimchi there you'd be flipping your shit."

Reader Alison George says she is unfazed by the doctored photo.

"I'm black and I live in America and I'm not offended at all," she wrote on Monday.

"There are way worst things I hear on a daily basis. She's no Paula Deen so just chill. Plus I think it's more of a jab [about Rick Ross's] weight not his skin color. Come on. It's Min. She listens to black music. I think she's good."

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miss A Suzy and Kim Sa Rang Look Alike Picture Gains Attention Online

miss A Suzy and Kim Sa Rang Look Alike Picture Gains Attention Online

miss A, Suzy, Kim Sa Rang

miss A Suzy and Kim Sa Rang Look Alike Picture Gains Attention Online miss A Suzy and Kim Sarang Look Alike Picture Gains Attention OnlineRecently, actress Kim Sa Rang and miss A Suzy have been gaining attention that they look alike.

An online community board posted a picture with the title, 'Kim Sa Rang and Suzy Look Alike' online.

In the picture, it shows side profiles of both of them and reveal their similar traits. Their hairstyle and facial features seem to look similar. They also have the same innocent and pure image as well.

It was hard to believe that Suzy and Kim Sa Rang had a 16 year age gap between them.

Internet users commented, "They look like sisters", "Suzy is the one that looks like Kim Sa Rang" and "16 years age gap?"

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English Demo of Girls’ Generation “I Got A Boy” revealed online

English Demo of Girls’ Generation “I Got A Boy” revealed online

English Demo of Girls’ Generation “I Got A Boy” revealed online?

An English song featuring a very strong resemblance to Girls’ Generation‘s “I Got A Boy“ was recently shared online, causing a hot topic on the internet.

The song was sung by UK singer Katy Tiz. Many listeners assumed that the song was an earlier, unfinished version of Girls Generation’s "I Got A Boy" with Katy Tiz featuring as the vocal guide.

In Girls’Generation's album booklet, the original title of their title track was “Shiner On You“, which Katy Tiz clearly sang in the chorus of her recording.

Take a listen to the English song below and tell us what you think!

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Photo of miss As Suzy at a post office surfaced online

Photo of miss As Suzy at a post office surfaced online

Photo of miss A’s Suzy at a post office surfaced online

A photo of miss As Suzy was recently shared online under the title “Suzy, who went to the post office.”, causing a hot topic on the internet.

In the photo, Suzy could be seen taking a photo with a fan in front of the post office sign. The young idol looked adorable as always with her wavy hair and white blouse matched with blue skirt, catching the eyes of all of viewers.

After seeing the photo, netizens responded, “There really is an illuminating aura coming from her face,” “She still manages to look pretty even if the photo was taken without much thought,” “I wonder, why did she go to the post office?” “She’s like an angel celebrity,” “She also has a skinny frame.” and more.

Photo of miss A’s Suzy at a post office surfaced online

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“I Miss You” starring Yoon Eun Hye and Park Yoo Chun to be dubbed in English

“I Miss You” starring Yoon Eun Hye and Park Yoo Chun to be dubbed in English

I Miss You starring Yoon Eun Hye and Park Yoo Chun to be dubbed in English

MBC channel recently announced that a new version of drama “I Miss You” featuring actor Park Yoo Chun and actress Yun Eun Hye will be produced in the USA.

The new version will be dubbed in English. MBC shared, “Our goal is to broadcast the drama in America and Europe. After producing an English-dubbed version, we are planning to roll out promotional material for it. Right now, our staff overseas are looking for the perfect recording studio to dub the drama series.

If MBC successfully conducts this plan, it will be a great chance for K-Dramas to become popular in other countries.

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miss As Suzy’s high school graduation photos surfaced online

miss As Suzy’s high school graduation photos surfaced online

miss A’s Suzys high school graduation photos surfaced online

miss A member Suzys high school graduation photos were recently revealed and quickly became hot topic on the internet.

A netizen uploaded these above photos on an online community board with the title, “Suzy took graduation photos”.

In the revealed photos, Suzy is seen dressing in her yellow high school uniform and taking pictures with her friends as well as posing for her portrait pictures.

Suzys flawless skin and silky hair caught the eyes of viewers. In addition, she paired her school uniform with floral shoes, showing off her fashion sense.

Netizens who came across these photos responded, “Suzy is so pretty“, “This is self-glowing beauty“, and “Suzy looks innocent.” and more.

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Park Jin Young Taught English Online

Park Jin Young Taught English Online

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Park Jin Young Taught English Online?

Park Jin Young's past videos are now drawing attention.

Recently, someone uploaded a picture of Park Jin Young as an online English tutor on an online community with the title, 'JYP's Side Business.'

This was something that JYP Entertainment planned with an online education business called iNet School in 2009. This is one of his many 'JYP Music English' classes.

In the videos, Park Jin Young selects a particular pop song and dissects the lyrics of the song, which include many of the very common expressions and phrases used in everyday language in the States and explained every portion of the grammar as well. He also added stories about how he met these artists and also how he got his start in New York as well.

Internet users said, "I thought this was a fake picture, but can't believe it's real!," "He was an online tutor?," and "He said his dream was to be a teacher, I guess he got what he wanted!"

Park Jin Young is currently in the process of planning the debut for one of the contestants from "K-POP STAR."

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miss A Suzy English Pronunciation, Good or Bad

miss A Suzy English Pronunciation, Good or Bad

Miss A, Suzy, Invincible Youth 2

miss A Suzy English Pronunciation, Good or Bad?

miss A Suzy got a mixed review on her English pronunciation.

On the Saturday episode of "Invincible Youth 2," the group was shown going around Seoul with foreigner guest in tow.

American Shelby was taken around by Suzy, Kim Shin Young and Bora.

On their way to one of their destinations, Kim Shin Young asked Shelby to pronounce 'Manhattan' and they all followed her pronunciation. After listening to all of them, Shelby said that Suzy's pronunciation was the best but then proceeded to say, 'It sounds like she's from the country,' making everyone laugh.

Viewers who saw Suzy speak in English responded with jokes. "Not sure if it's a compliment or an insult." "If Suzy has a good English pronunciation too, what can't she do?" "Her pronunciation is cute!"

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miss As Suzy is praised for her excellent English pronunciation

miss As Suzy is praised for her excellent English pronunciation

miss A’s Suzy is praised for her excellent English pronunciation

miss A’s Suzy was recently praised for her excellent English pronunciation.

On the episode of KBS2’s Invincible Youth 2 that aired on August 18, the cast went to tourist attractions with some foreigners who love Korea.

f(X)’s Suzy, comedian Kim Shin Young, Sistar’s Bora moved to Duoksugung with Shelby, who is in Korea to learn Korean.

When asked what shichung is in English, Shelby replied, “City hall.”

Kim Shin Young asked the native speaker to pronounce “Manhattan,” and all the cast tried to follow the foreigner’s pronunciation.

Hearing all the cast members’ pronunciation, Shelby said, “Suzy’s pronunciation is the best. She sounds like a person from a country.” The native speaker’s remark made everyone laugh hard.

Netizens responded: “Was the remark a compliment of flak?” “She was praised anyway.” “She said ‘sounds like a person from a country.’” “That humiliates the f(X) beauty.”

Source: Xportsnews

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